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Wedding Planning: Get Organised

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  • Emily Tanner
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      Author: Emily Tanner
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      Wedding planning truly is an art and that's why many brides pay
      someone to organise every last detail, right down to writing the
      wedding invitations! Some brides even take a year off work to
      plan their big day! This is pretty extreme and not really
      necessary, but some brides feel they need this time to
      alleviate some of the pressure and stress. In fact, wedding
      planning can be a most enjoyable experience if handled the
      correct way.

      Firstly, you must appreciate that organising a wedding is hard
      work and needs to be carefully prepared. Buy yourself a book or
      folder - this will become your bible of all things weddingy for
      the next year or so. Keep all your ideas, magazine cuttings,
      deadlines, phone numbers and wedding invitation replies in
      this, your wedding planning folder.

      Once a date has been agreed, you need to get a dress chosen and
      ordered. It is worth noting that some wedding dresses can take
      up to 15 months! Now you must make a list of all the things
      that have to be done for your wedding, for example:

      Have wedding cake made and decorated

      Send out wedding invitations

      Book photographer

      Book church

      Decide on honeymoon

      Order wedding favours

      Choose flowers

      Take out wedding insurance

      Agree on groomsmen and bridesmaids

      Decide which items are immediate [e.g. things that need to be
      prepared in advance, such as ordering the wedding invitations
      or booking the church]. Then, draw up a 12-month schedule and
      insert each job into a month. Of course, the more immediate
      actions will need to be addressed in the first few months,
      whereas ordering wedding favours may wait until later on.

      It would be a good idea to make a copy for your fiance and for
      your bridal party. Involving others in your wedding planning
      will make them feel more included as well as taking pressure
      off yourself. For example, you may put your chief bridesmaid in
      charge of wedding invitations - ordering them, writing them and
      sending them out.

      Next you should agree a budget. Very few brides actually stick
      to their budget but you should put some ideas down on paper and
      try to keep to your original quote as best you can. Include
      payment deadlines in your schedule so you know which payments
      are going out of your account each month. This way, you can
      spread your bills and not be hit all at once.

      If you keep up with your schedule and remain organised each
      month, wedding planning can be great fun - as it should be. By
      completing small tasks regularly you won't feel out of control
      or stressed and everything should fall into place. Good luck!


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